Award Winning Author

Patty York Raymond is a Multi-Award Winning Children’s Book Author and native Texan. Patty York Raymond earned her M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education from the University of Houston and her Administration and Supervision from Texas A&M International University. Her interactive children’s books, It’s Too Windy! and The ABCs to Ranching along with their corresponding original theme songs ‘That’s What My Grandma Said’ and ‘Take Me To The Ranch,’ have received state and international acclaim. Patty is also known for her poem, ‘We Are Sisters’

featured in the Poets Facing The Wall

anthology by The Raving Press in 2018. Patty York Raymond has enjoyed working with children, families, and educators in a variety of roles including social worker, bilingual teacher and administrator. She especially enjoys visiting elementary schools throughout Texas and beyond to share her stories and encourage students to read and write. She and her family reside in South Texas where she is an independent education consultant as well as owner/director of Abrazo Case Management Services for Children and Pregnant Women.


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Its Too Windy!
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Synopsis It's TooWindy! is about family and how establishing long lasting traditions leads to developing close family ties that last a lifetime. Hooray! Yeah! Yippee! Yahoo! Jessica and David can't wait to swim in the grandparents' pool. But how long will they have to wait? It's Too Windy is accompanied by a music CD, 'That's What My Grandma Said' that creatively involves the children in the sequencing of the story. Find the original song 'That's What My Grandma Said' written for this book by...

The ABCs to Ranching
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Synopsis The ABCs to Ranching is a cultural perspective on ranching in South Texas. It is a humorous account of a mischievous young boy determined to help his father with the chores. "Let's go," he yells to his Catahoula Cowdog as his father warns him not to get underfoot. With one mishap after another, the young boy develops an appreciation for nature and a strong connection to his father and their heritage-all centered on the alphabet. Find the original song "Take Me to the Ranch" written...